Shortly following the new TT, Audi will also be launching the TTS (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 7.3 – 7.1* (32.2 – 33.1 US mpg)*; combined CO2 emission in g/km: 166 – 161* (267.2 – 259.1 g/mi)) into the new model year. The new seven-speed S tronic, a standard feature, further improves the acceleration values of the Coupé and Roadster. The TTS competition special model presents an especially refined exterior and an exclusive interior.

The new TTS draws attention to its status as a top-of-the-line model in the Audi TT family through sporty design details. Elements in matt aluminum silver shine in the Singleframe grille with TTS badge and matt titanium black insert. The horizontal blade in the bumper is also striking. It turns up at the ends, forming narrow, upright funnels at the same height as the side air inlets. The full-length front splitter, the vertical air inlets and the trim strips are also in aluminum look. Powerfully contoured sills also underscore the sporty character viewed from the sides. The hinted vertical air outlets below the rear lights and the broadened three-dimensional diffuser with the four tailpipes of the exhaust system form particular highlights at the rear.

Audi equips the new TTS with 18-inch wheels. Wheels of sizes 18 and 19 inches as well as exclusive 20-inch wheels from Audi Sport are optionally available. The range of paint finishes contains two new colors: pulse orange and turbo blue.

Numerous details in the driver-oriented interior underscore the sportiness of the new TTS: the additional sport screen in the Audi virtual cockpit, the S sport seats and the colored contrasting stitching.

Power package: the 2.0 TFSI
The 2.0 TFSI outputs 225 kW (306 hp) and develops a maximum torque of 400 Nm (295.0 lb-ft) in the speed range between 2,000 and 5,300 rpm – 20 Nm (14.8 lb-ft) more than on the previous engine. The TTS Coupé accelerates to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in
4.5 seconds (Roadster: 4.8 seconds) – a tenth faster than previously. The top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h (155.3 mph). A gasoline particulate filter is, of course, standard.

Audi TTS



Engine type

4-cylinder direct injection gasoline engine

4-cylinder direct injection gasoline engine

Displacement in cc



Max. power output in kW (hp) at rpm

225 (306) at 5,400

225 (306) at 5,400

Max. torque in Nm (lb-ft) at rpm

400 (295.0 lb-ft)

400 (295.0 lb-ft)

Top speed in km/h (mph)

250** (155.3 mph)

250** (155.3 mph)

Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in s



Combined fuel consumption

in l/100 km (US mpg)



7.3 – 7.2*

(32.2 – 32.7)

Combined CO2 emissions

in g/km (g/mi)



166 – 165*

(267.2 – 265.5)


quattro all-wheel drive

quattro all-wheel drive


7-speed S tronic

7-speed S tronic


The two-liter engine displays its top-performance character in many details. Modified aluminum pistons and high-strength connecting rods transmit the forces to the crankshaft. The crankcase has been reinforced at the main bearing seats and the main bearing cover. The cylinder head is made of a lightweight aluminum-silica alloy with high strength and temperature resistance. The valve springs and seat rings have been modified for the high loads. The large turbocharger can compress up to 960 kilograms (2,116.4 lb) of air per hour at a maximum air pressure or 1.4 bar. The temperature is greatly reduced by an efficient intercooler.

Fast shifting: the new seven-speed S tronic
Thanks to the close-ratio lower gears, the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission allows acceleration values exceeding those of the preceding model. The wide ratio of the highest gear reduces engine speed and with it fuel consumption.

The new Audi TTS comes with quattro permanent all-wheel drive and the Audi magnetic ride controlled shock absorber system as standard features. Other suspension modules include progressive steering, four-link rear suspension and Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC). The wheel-selective torque control is activated in fast cornering and improves handling as necessary by means of precise brake interventions on the unloaded wheels on the inside of a curve.

The lineup of driver assistance systems for the new Audi TTS corresponds to that of the new TT. The systems relieve the driver of work, so that he or she can fully concentrate on the road.

Sporty highlight: “TTS competition” special model
The “TTS competition” special model” (combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 7.3 – 7.1* (32.2 – 33.1 US mpg); combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 166 –161* (267.2 – 259.1 g/mi))adds an athletic touch – with LED headlights, Audi rings laminated on the side sills, privacy glazing (Coupé only), a fixed rear wing, red-painted brake calipers, 20-inch wheels in high-gloss black and other exterior details in gloss black. Glacier white, tango red and mythos black are available for the exterior paint finish.

The exclusive interior is impressive with a choice of two leather packages: express red with contrasting stitching in granite gray or ebony with contrasting stitching in express red. The elements of the seat trims and center console accordingly come in chrome paint finish, slate gray or gloss paint finish, tango red. The inside rings of the air vents are painted red, the gear lever knob and steering wheel rim with red 12h markings from Audi exclusive come in Alcantara. In addition, the inlays come in carbon as a standard feature.

Equipment and prices
Audi has extended the line of standard equipment for the new Audi TT. Besides the driver-oriented Audi virtual cockpit, the basic version of the new TT now includes the Audi drive select dynamic handling system, the multifunction steering wheel plus, a light & rain sensor and heated exterior mirrors. Also standard are the illuminated USB ports and Bluetooth for wireless pairing of terminal devices. The standard equipment of the new TTS also includes numerous details on the exterior and in the interior, as well as the Audi magnetic ride controlled shock absorber system.

The prices for the TT Coupé start at €35,900, while the TT Roadster is available from €38,300. The “TT 20 years” special edition, which is exclusively available as a 45 TFSI quattro, starts at €51,740. Deliveries begin in the first quarter of 2019. For the TTS, the base price is around EUR 54,400 for the Coupé and around EUR 57,200 for the Roadster.

*Fuel consumption and CO2 emission figures given in ranges depend on the tires/wheels used.

All terms marked in the text are explained in detail in the technology lexicon at

The equipment, data and prices specified in this document refer to the model range offered in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.